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<ul><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 1/6</p><p>2014 Fall Midterm Exam Review Answers</p><p>Does not include definitions as these can easily be found in your boo!</p><p>Chapter 7, 8, 9</p><p>1! Metal "lus a non metal</p><p>2! #onic$ Ma%nesium nitrate</p><p>#onic$ &amp;in '#() chloride</p><p>#onic$ *inc '##) sulfate</p><p>+ovalent$ ,oron trifluoride</p><p>#onic$ -ilver '#) fluoride</p><p>.! com"ounds</p><p>a! /a+l</p><p>b! -r</p><p>c! Fe2.</p><p>d! +a')2</p><p>e! i.34</p><p>f! As.F</p><p>4! cation</p><p>5! ionic bond</p><p>6! anion</p><p>7! oxidation numbers</p><p>! iron8s oxidation number</p><p>9! :.</p><p>chapter 10:</p><p>1! 1 mole ; molar mass ; 6!02 x 102. molecules</p><p>2! 6!02 x 102.&lt; number of molecules in 1 mole of any substance</p><p>.! sum of the atomic wei%hts of the elements in a com"ound&lt; add u" the atomic wei%ht for each</p><p>element in a com"ound</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 2/6</p><p>4! molar mass$</p><p>a! 9 %=mol</p><p>b! 110 %=mol</p><p>c! 164 %=mol</p><p>d! 146 %=mol</p><p>e! 1.1 %=mol</p><p>5! convert$</p><p>a! 0!24 mol</p><p>b! 0!.1 mol</p><p>c! 0!00 mol</p><p>d! 109!6 mol</p><p>e! 0!17 mol6! convert$</p><p>a! 2.22!6 %</p><p>b! .71 %</p><p>c! 21.!2 %</p><p>d! 2..6000% or 2!..6 x 106%</p><p>e! 29.4!4 %</p><p>7! convert$</p><p>a! 1!46 x 102.molecules</p><p>b! 1!5 x 102.molecules</p><p>c! 4!77 x 1021molecules</p><p>d! 6!6 x 1025molecules</p><p>e! 1!0. x 102.molecules</p><p>! convert$</p><p>a! .76 %</p><p>b! 61 %</p><p>c! .5!4 %</p><p>d! .! %</p><p>e! 47!9 %</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 3/6</p><p>9! 3ercent com"$</p><p>a! ; 2&gt; -; ..&gt; ;65&gt;</p><p>b! +a; .6&gt; +l ; 64&gt;</p><p>c! /a; 42&gt; 3;19&gt; ;.9&gt;</p><p>d! -;22&gt; F; 7&gt;</p><p>e! ?e;100&gt;</p><p>10! +.62</p><p>11!/2.</p><p>12! M%+l2</p><p>1.! +410</p><p>14! /24</p><p>Chapter 1 and 3:</p><p>.! metric units$</p><p> a! %</p><p> b! m</p><p> c! </p><p> d! sec</p><p>4! @Dbdcm '@ilo ecto Deca base deci centi milli)</p><p>5! si% fi%s$</p><p> a! addition substraction</p><p> i! 0!2.6 m</p><p> ii! 155!77 m</p><p> iii! 12!12 cm</p><p> b! mult! And div!</p><p> i! 10 m2</p><p> ii! 2!5 m2</p><p> iii! 4. m2</p><p>7! metric converson$</p><p>a! 0!000225 %</p><p>b! 0!0102 </p><p>c! 6!1 x 106m%</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 4/6</p><p>d! 4.00!7 m</p><p>! D;m=v</p><p>a! 11!2 %=m</p><p>b! m.</p><p>c! 2!5 %=m</p><p>9! conversions</p><p>a! 2!. x 10B.</p><p>b! 106</p><p>Chapter 2:</p><p>2!</p><p>a! "hysical</p><p> b! chemical</p><p> c! "hysical</p><p> d! chemical</p><p>.!</p><p>a! "hysical</p><p> b! chemical</p><p> c! chemical</p><p> d! "hysical</p><p>4! bubble "roducedC color chan%eC tem"erature chan%eC formation of a "reci"itate</p><p>7!</p><p>a! homo%eneous</p><p> b! element</p><p> c! com"ound</p><p> d! hetero%eneous mixture</p><p> e! hetero%eneous mixture</p><p>! reactants to the left of the arrowC "roducts to the ri%ht of the arrow! Reactants are the startin%</p><p>materials and "roducts are substances that are formed!</p><p>9! Matter is neither created or destroyedC ust transferred!</p><p>10! 20!. %</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 5/6</p><p>chapter 4:</p><p>1! "rotonC "ositiveC nucleus&lt; electronC ne%ativeC orbit&lt; neutronC neutralC nucleus</p><p>2! Rutherford</p><p>.! Dalton</p><p>4! &amp;hom"son</p><p>5! number of "rotons and electrons in a neutral atom 'not the sum of the "rotons and electrons)</p><p>6! sum of "rotons and neutrons</p><p>7! atomic mass atom8s atomic number</p><p>! atomic number</p><p>Element Atomic G MassG 3rotons Electrons /eutrons</p><p>/ 7 14 7 7 7</p><p> 16 </p><p>, 5 11 5 5 6</p><p>9! in the number of neutrons in the nucleus</p><p>10! 56!74 amu</p><p>11! atomic mass</p><p>12! Democritus</p><p>1.! :C hi%h</p><p>Chapter 5:</p><p>1! to have a full outer shell! A full shell is electrons and this is called the octet</p><p>2! : ; lost electrons&lt; B ; %ained electrons</p><p>.! cations; lost electronsC ty"ically metals&lt; anions; %ained electronsC ty"ically nonBmetals</p><p>4! lose 1C lose 2C lose .C lose 4C %ain 1C %ain2C %ain .C %ain 4</p><p>5! noble %ases</p><p>6! </p><p>7! by atomic number</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Fall Review 2014 Answers</p><p> 6/6</p><p>! %rou"B verticalC arran%ed by valence electron&lt; "eriod horiHontal and arran%ed by ener%y level</p><p>9!</p><p>a! noble %as</p><p>b! halo%en</p><p>c! alali earth</p><p>d! transition metal</p><p>10! metals are left of the stair ste" lineC nonBmetals are on the ri%ht of the stair ste" line and</p><p>metalloids are on the stair ste" line!</p><p>11! noble %ases</p><p>12! metal</p><p>1.! Mendeleev</p><p>14! Mosely</p><p>16! , %rou"s</p><p>1! F ,r # / +l</p><p>19! valance electrons are the number of electrons orbitin% in the outer most ener%y shell! xidation</p><p>numbers are how many they will %ive u" or receive in order to become stable!</p><p>20! oxidation number</p></li></ul>